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next month. this despite objections from the defense attorney saying it would violate his right to a fair trial. holmes is accused of killing 12 people at an aurora, colorado, move very theater last july. jenna: to your wallet. gas prices are on the rise again of the experts say they could go even higher. aaa says the average price of a gallon of gasoline is $3.5. what is important is not that number. the fact over the last week, gas prices have gone up 1 cents. it is the biggest weekly price gain in two years! so what is going on here? phil flynn, senior market analyst at price futures group, a fox business network contributor. he knows what is going on most of the time. phil, it is not even summer. what is going on with this sneaky, sneak can i spike in gas prices? >> it is like a disaster movie. i'll tell you what, if you look around from coast to coast. we've had one problem after another, all con spiring to give us higher gasoline prices of the part of the problem is the weather in europe. usually in new york harbor we import gasoline from places like europe. it is so cold
much, mike emanuel down on capitol hill today. jon: meantime outgoing defense secretary lee on panetta on capitol hill right now on the a hearing for the benghazi terror attack where he addressed the pentagon's response to the assault on our consulate on september 11th. four americans, including our ambassador to libya, died in that attack. this comes just a day after mr. panetta emotionally charged parting speech to students at georgetown university where he blasted the massive defense cuts known as the sequester, set to go into effect just weeks from now. >> if sequester happens, let me tell you some of the results. we will furlough as many as 800,000 dod civilians around the country for up to 22 days. they could face a 20% cut in their salary. you don't think that will impact on our economy? you don't think that's going to impact on jobs? you don't think that's going to impact on our ability to recover from the recession? jon: mr. panetta also deliver ad stark warning about the scale and scope of cyber attacks on this country saying they could cripple the united states. >> we are li
and shooting him in what she claims is self-defense. this dramatic murder trial gets you know way again in arizona. adam housley has the latest. he is watching it from los angeles. so she's been testifying adam about the relationship between herself and the man she now admits she killed. at times it has been really graphic stuff. tell us about it. >> reporter: graphic including their personal relationship as well. she came out right away first day on stand and first thing basically said she admitted killing him. over the course of the next two days on the stand so day one, day two, this would be day three she has methodically gone through every relationship she had with the help of course of her defense team over the course of her time since high school up until now. at the end of the day yesterday when she finally started talking about her relationship with travis alexander, the man she is accused of killing back in 2008. and they're starting to get into what appears to be a line of questioning that will lead her to say that he was controlling and potentially abusive. but, jon, we'll k
't solve any problems. mark dubowitz the executive director for defense of democracies, that story we just told about the girl flipping off the judge, it's sort of a weird met a for if you will to a rogue nation really not playing any nice with the united states. why now does the ayatollah come out and say, i'm not talking, i don't know what you guys are thinking, but we're not talking. >> they definitely flipped america the persian bird. he is absolutely not committed to negotiations and american diplomacy has consisted of three decades of essentially one word and that word is hi, hi, we're ready to talk, we're ready to negotiate, we're ready to settle this big misunderstanding. they are not interested in talking, they see the american touch as toxic to the islamic revolution. jenna: we keep and hearing from this administration. joe biden said it last weekend we are not interested in having an exercise of a talk just showing up and saying hello if you will, but there is still time, there is still time for diplomacy, time to work this out. what are your thoughts on that? >> there is time,
. the defense is pressing ahead in its case. the woman is accused brutally killing her boyfriend and her lawyers are trying to show she acted in self-defense as they portray the victim as a liar and a cheat. >>> police in turkey say they're questioning at least 11 people in the connection with the murder of an american mother on vacation there. her body was found saturday near the ruins of an ancient city wall. trying to find answers in this case. >>> also a series of arson attacks in virginia. the latest one breaking out over the weekend, bringing the total number of intentionally-set fires to more than 40 in virginia this november. jon: president obama heading to minneapolis right now. he will push there for new gun control measures. the president wants a ban on assault weapons and universal background checks but his proposals face a lot of resistance on capitol hill with some lawmakers and the national rifle association opposing the plans to change the country's gun laws. talk about it with david drucker, the associate politics editor at "roll call". it appears, the white house, david, decide
today. former prosecutor fred tecce and former defense attorney arthur eye call aidala. they admitted no biases toward any beer companies but maybe some experience drinking -- [laughter] some of these. so, arthur, does the government have a case here? >> well, they're not going to get thrown out of court, let's start out that way. there's a lot of elements the government would have to prove here, but without getting too deep into the weeds, what they really have to prove is it's going to so adversely effect americans that you can't just have this, basically, one beer company that's going to be able to set the prices, set who gets what beer and what city, what state, what up to. the best example was, and this is an extreme example, but they would not allow at&t to buy t-mobile. now, there's very few wireless carriers, but they did not want to just have one mother company controlling everything. jenna: okay. so cell phones is something, though, that a lot of american families use, fred, right? now, beer, i know some of our viewers might argue with me, but it's not like it's milk, you kn
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